We work with a number of national, regional and international organizations, including Center for Resource Management Studies of the University of the West Indies - Barbados (CERMES); Global Coral Reef Alliance (GCRA); St. George’s University (SGU); Trust for Sustainable Livelihoods; and Marine Management Group Inc.
We collaborate with the Grenada Marine Protected Area Programme, Fisheries Division, Ministry of Climate Resilience, the Environment, Forestry, Fisheries, Disaster Management and Information, Grenada and we undertake a wide range of joint initiatives and projects with the local NGOs such as the Gouyave Fishermen Cooperative Society Ltd. & Grenada Community Development Agency (GRENCODA), its members and commissions.
Together with the Grenada Marine Protected Area Programme (GMPA), Fisheries Division, Ministry of Climate Resilience, the Environment, Forestry, Fisheries, Disaster Management and Information Grenada, we provide support for coral restoration projects, monitoring and maintenance and management planning.
The Global Coral Reef Alliance have been implementing Biorock projects in many countries over the world, and have always worked with a local partner so as to better strengthen local capacity to continue the technology in future projects. In Grenada, the GCRA partners with the Grenada Coral Reef Foundation (GCRF) for the implementing Biorock projects.
We work together with the Gouyave Fishermen Co-operative Society Limited towards the establishment and maintenance of community coral nursery programs in Gouyave. We also, develop and implement capacity building and livelihood initiatives with local fishers and community members.
We partner with the Trust For Sustainable Livelihoods which is a non-profit, non-governmental organisation based in the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago to develop management plans for natural resources (both marine and terrestrial) in the Grenada and the wider Caribbean Region.